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Open Your Own Bakery

How to Start a Bakery Business
and Open a Bakery

Do you love freshly baked goods? Imagine owning a rewarding retail business that allows you to profit from your passion for your favorite bakery goods. You can when you start a bakery business and open your own bakery.

When you open a bakery, you will sell popular products that people love. As a bakery owner, you will have the opportunity to make people happy every day as they enjoy your delicious breads, brownies, cakes, cookies, pastries, pies, or other baked goods.
If you aren't a baker yourself, you can hire bakers for your bakery. If you are currently a baker, opening your own bakery gives you the freedom and flexibility of being your own boss.

When you open a bakery, you have the luxury of designing the type of bakery business that you want. You might decide to open a traditional retail bakery selling a variety of baked goods, an artisan bakery offering healthy high quality organic breads, or even a combination bakery and café.

You could aim to please as many tastes as possible by offering a wide selection of baked goods, or you might choose to specialize in the bakery products of your choice.

If opening a bakery sounds like the career of your dreams, the FabJob Guide to Become a Bakery Owner is for you! In this e-book you will discover how you can get started and succeed in the bakery business.

The bakery guide offers insider tips and expert advice from successful bakery owners and other industry experts. The experts who share advice in this guide include: 

  • Hope Jones, owner of New York City bakery Hope, Faith and Gluttony, who has been featured on Rachael Ray's and Martha Stewart's shows and in USA Today
  • Peter Reinhart, founder of the award winning Brother Juniper's Bakery in Santa Rosa, California and author of The Bread Baker's Apprentice 
  • Paul Sapienza, bakery owner and Vice President of Operations of Retail Bakers of America
  • Dave Schmidt, Certified Master Baker, Executive Director, Wisconsin Bakers Association, who has been featured on NBC's Today Show
The guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to start a bakery business and open a bakery in the United States or Canada, plus helpful advice for opening a bakery in any country. The guide includes:
How to Start a Bakery Business
  • How to create a business plan for your bakery (includes a sample business plan for a bakery)
  • Deciding what kind of bakery to open
  • An overview of options for your bakery business:
    • Buying an existing bakery (including how to find bakeries for sale)
    • Buying a bakery franchise
    • Opening a new bakery
  • Choosing a name for your bakery
  • Where to get start-up financing for your bakery business (includes sample start-up budgets)
  • Information about important business matters including insurance and whether you should incorporate
  • How much space (square footage) you need to open your bakery
  • What to consider when choosing a location for your bakery, including information about permits and leases
  • Interior and exterior design of your bakery with tips on how to display baked goods to increase sales
  • Equipment and supplies you need to open a bakery and where to get them
  • How to find reliable suppliers of quality ingredients for your bakery plus how to save money by buying wholesale
Managing Your Bakery
  • How to develop effective systems for running your bakery on a daily basis
  • How to set your prices (plus selling baked goods for a higher price)
  • Accepting payments from bakery customers
  • Bakery theft prevention techniques
  • Computer software that can help you manage your bakery inventory
  • Ways to attract visitors to your bakery through advertising and low cost publicity
  • How to organize a grand opening for your bakery
  • Increasing sales of your bakery with effective customer relations, including:
    • How to greet bakery customers
    • Handling difficult customers
    • How to get repeat business for your bakery
  • How to find and hire great bakery employees

Plus you will find even more resources and advice, including:

  • Links to the best free resources for starting your bakery/font>
  • How to develop professional baking skills and knowledge (including information about baking industry trends, organic flours, oven types, and baker's percentages)
  • Valuable samples and checklists for starting your bakery, including:
    • Sample business plan for a bakery
    • Sample bakery floor plan
    • Sample lease agreement for your bakery
    • Sample budgets for a bakery
    • Sample price list for baked goods
    • Sample press release for a bakery
    • Checklist of bakery equipment and supplies
    • Checklist to evaluate competing bakeries
    • Checklist to evaluate potential locations to open your bakery
    • Checklist for bakery operations
  • And more! (including free updates)
You can have all this and more for an incredible price. It can cost hundreds of dollars to take courses on starting a business, and chances are they will not include specific information about how to start a bakery business or open a bakery. The FabJob Guide to Become a Bakery Owner contains some of the best business advice you could get from other sources, plus much more.

It can save you many hours of research, help you avoid some costly mistakes, and give you information you need to start a bakery business and open your own bakery.

This guide has been selling for up to $39.95 U.S. for an e-book alone. SPECIAL OFFER: If you buy the bakery guide today, Thursday, October 23, 2014 you can have this valuable insider information for the incredible price of only $29.97. You will earn back more than the price of the guide your very first day in business. Plus this guide can help you open a bakery and start a bakery business much more quickly and cost-effectively.

If you believe you deserve to have the career of your dreams, this guide is for you. It gives you what you need to know to start a bakery business and open a bakery.

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"The FabJob Guide to Become a Bakery Owner takes you step-by-step through what you need to know to start, open and operate your own bakery. The guide offers insider advice from experts currently working in the bakery business to help you achieve your own success as a bakery owner."
—Brenna Pearce, Editor

"If you love to bake and if you love to bake for other people — feeding the world, so to speak — there is no better profession than being a baker. There is so much satisfaction every day and doing your best to achieve perfection in all the breads and pastries you bake. And you get to do this every day. I have never regretted a minute of it!"
— George Eckrich, founder of Sourdough: A European Bakery (which he sold to Whole Foods Market) and co-owner of Dr. Kracker, Austin, Texas

George is one of the bakery owners and baking industry experts who gave advice in this FabJob guide.
 
 

"I have purchased several FabJob Guides in the past. My interests lie in the food service/bakery business industry. The information inspired me to to enroll in a pastry chef program at the local community college. My goal is to open my own bakery/cafe in the near future with the help of a copy of 'Become a Bakery Owner'. I have not found one other source of information that includes so much detailed information and is so easy to understand and follow as any of the FabJob guides. The experiences of some of the sources in these guides are invaluable. Great job. Thank you."
- Denise Hester
El Paso, Texas

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